Webull App Review – Best Commission Free Stock Trading App?

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In today’s Webull app review I’m going over the one of the best commission free stock trading apps for beginners and experienced traders. I’ll explain all the features of the Webull app and share my thoughts on who I feel this app is most ideal for.

What’s your favorite feature of Webull? And let me know if you would like a follow up Webull tutorial video demonstrating how to place orders and trade on the Webull app!

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☑️ Webull Stock Trading App Recap:

– Commission free stock trading
– Currently over 5,000 single stocks and ETF’s
– Extensive built-in stock market data, research, and charts
– Free extended hours trading
– Advanced order types (market, limit, stop, stop limit)
– Paper trading feature to practice free stock trading without risking real money
– Can open either a cash or margin account

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About this video:
In this Webull review, Erik from Everyday Investing breaks down all the essential features of the Webull app and shares his thoughts on all its built in research. He then discusses who he would recommend Webull for vs who it might not be as ideal for.

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47 Replies to “Webull App Review – Best Commission Free Stock Trading App?”

  1. 🔵 2 Free Stocks For New Webull Users After Signing Up and Depositing Your First $100: https://everydayinvesting.com/webull/
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    💰 My Favorite Investing Apps For Beginners: https://everydayinvesting.com/best-investing-apps/

  2. I signed up for webull this week, and I really like the way it's designed. HOWEVER it seems as though you're limited to only 3 trades a week or they'll flag you as a pattern day trader, which requires a balance of 25000 dollars or more. SO. How do small day and swing traders get around this, or shall we all continue to look for a viable trading platform?

  3. I was thinking of opening a Robinhood account and hopefully get the free stock in the account to test the waters. I don’t know anything about stocks or anything in that general area. I just have a normal savings, checking, CD at the bank. If I do this the regular Robinhood am I forced to invest anything or just do the free stock and do nothing to collect dividends from the free share to see if I like investing in the market.

    I was also thinking about Webull but was hesitant because I am leery about doing $100 deposit to get the second free stock so that’s out why I was thinking is doing Robinhood with the one free stock without investing anything at all see if it’s something I like doing it first.

  4. I do have stocks in a company that I used to work for. I had Edward Jones investments, convert them from paper to digital, could I sell through my app, or do I need to sell eji?

  5. How about the Quick Trading or Day Trading (same day trading) and cash withdrawal? Is there any fee involved or time involved?

  6. I'm new to investing and appreciate your videos. Any additional videos you can do on this app and investing with it would again be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

  7. This is not true. I got SWN est value is $2.13 for signing up. if you don't believe me I'll send you a screenshot of the stock I got for using sign up link.

    WeBull plays games to get open accounts. The free stock is not $8 or more. Mine was $2.

  8. do you have any plans to make a video on actuall doing a trade or something like that on this plattform? Im new to Webull and you do explain it amazing! Keep the good work up!

  9. This was actually Much more informative than I expected.
    Would LOVE to see another video on this….

    Although everytime you say Webull it sounds like my cousin with a speech impediment trying to say
    red bull

  10. I like the WeBull App. The desktop is sort of OKish but has some little things it needs smoothed out and things that need to be added. With a cash account I can trade all I want if I have settled funds. In other words the PDT doesn't apply. The paper trading setup is great to learn with. Then doing little baby step trades say 10 trades in live trading can be a great way to get familiar with either the WeBull App and or the desktop. I look at WeBull as a hybrid of DAS/TOS. That is Das Trader or ThinkorSwim. WeBull has some similar elements of Das and Tos. I think WeBull has a great future in terms of growth. Plus WeBull provides the float for stocks which means I don't research float.

  11. Somehow my bank is not authorizing my wire transfer to Webull. Now, Webull is charging me $30.00 for "Required Margin Maintenance."

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